Class up that boring glass of bubbles and make a French 75.
A splash of gin, sugar, and lemon elevates champagne into this lovely early 20th-century tipple. Invented in Paris in 1915, it is named after the French 75mm field gun, presumably since it packs such a sneaky wallop.
Print measures 8.5 x 11, and is printed with archival pigment inks on archival velvet fine art paper. The paper is slightly textured, like watercolor paper. The quality is pretty amazing, and is often mistaken for an original. Great for your home bar.
Frame not included.
Print is signed and shipped flat in protective cello bag and bend proof fiberboard mailer.
© 2013 Alyson Thomas